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"As you go through the postseason all-star games, the combine and individual workouts, player ratings are constantly changing," Kiper wrote. "Where I do not envision this taking place is at the top of my draft board, where Suh is as productive a DT prospect as I can remember in my 32 years in the business."And Todd McShay was similarly sold after watching Suh turn Colt McCoy into his personal rag doll:
"In a championship weekend chock-full of memorable individual and team efforts, Suh's showing in his team's 13-12 loss to Texas stands above the rest," McShay wrote. "The 6-foot-4, 300-pound defensive tackle has been wreaking havoc for a couple seasons now, but he took it to a new level in the Big 12 title game, finishing with a ridiculous 7.5 tackles for loss, including 4.5 sacks. That ups his season totals to 20.5 tackles for loss and 12 sacks. Suh headlines a Blackshirts defense that pulled more than its share of the load in Nebraska's near-upset of the second-ranked Longhorns."Suh's decision to return for his senior season looks like an outstanding one at the current time.